The genetic predisposition to low levels of vitamin D and calcium intake was previously considered the dominant risk factor for osteoporosis and bone fractures, and today the store shelves are filled with these drugs, increasing the incomes of pharmaceutical companies.
New data show that these drugs very often do not affect the development of osteoporosis due to the fact that the genetic predisposition to low levels of vitamin D and calcium intake does not affect someone’s chances of developing osteoporosis. This is not a special case but a typical example with which doctors meet in their practice every day. Guidelines obtained on statistical aggregates do not work on individual patients. We should always remember that the doctor treats the patient, but not a disease.
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